Wales v Australia, Millennium Stadium, November 28
Wales target repeat success
November 24, 2009
Wales celebrate beating Australia in their International friendly rugby match at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales on November 29, 2008.
Wales defeated Australia this time last year © Getty Images

Wales and Australia go head-to-head at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday with the James Bevan trophy at plenty of pride at stake.

The trophy, named after the Australian born man who captained Wales in their first international against Wales in 1881, will be a secondary concern for the Wallabies as they seek to rescue a tour which has produced a win over England, a draw with Ireland and a shock loss to Scotland. Wales, meanwhile, have to back up their victory over Argentina last weekend after again failing to defeat the All Blacks.

Last season's loss to Wales left the Wallabies with a middling record in the Welsh capital in recent seasons. Since 2005 they have won one, drawn one and lost two in Cardiff with two tour victories over their opponents on home soil in-between.

Wales v Australia Match Stats:

Played 28; Wales won 10; Australia won 17; One drawn match

First Test: Wales 9-6 Australia, National Stadium Cardiff Arms Park, December 12, 1908

Latest Test: Wales 21-18 Australia, Millennium Stadium, November 29, 2008

Drawn Test Match: Wales 29-29 Australia, Millennium Stadium, November 4, 2006

Wales' largest winning margin: 25 points, Wales 28-3 Australia, National Stadium Cardiff Arms Park, December 20 1975

Australia's largest winning margin: 57 points, Australia 63-6 Wales, Ballymore, July 22 1991

Wales' winning sequence: One Test, November 29, 2008 to present day

Click Here for Wales' full Test record courtesy of Statsguru

Click Here for Australia's full Test record courtesy of Statsguru

Click Here for a full record of all Wales v Australia matches courtesy of Statsguru

Click Here for a full Wales v Australia record at the Millennium Stadium


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